Coopers Arms10 St. Margarets Street
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A one-minute stroll past Rochester Cathedral and castle, this charming inn, originally dating from 1199, is one of the oldest in Kent. The front bar has beamed cellings, and a couple of impressive fireplaces. A passageway leads to a more modern rear bar and out into a well-kept garden area, popular on sunny days. This venue features up to seven real ales. Sunday roasts and lunchtime specials Changing beers also include Mad Cat brewery and Wainwrights. Very friendly and attractive pub, only 10 minutes walk from Rochester railway station.